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DAILY EXPRESS: Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted he let Joe Hart - now regarded as one of Europe's top goalkeepers - slip through his fingers. Also: Dereck Chisora will face the British Boxing Board of Control stewards on March 14 and could be handed a life ban.

DAILY STAR: Defiant Andre Villas-Boas has promised Chelsea plenty of trophies over the next three years. Also: Dereck Chisora last night apologised for his "inexcusable" behaviour in his shameful press conference brawl with David Haye.

DAILY MAIL: Dereck Chisora at least had the decency to say sorry. There was no such apology from David Haye yesterday. Also: Former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez is high on Chelsea's list of candidates to replace Andre Villas-Boas if Roman Abramovich loses patience with his coach.

DAILY MIRROR: Defiant Andre Villas-Boas last night maintained he is safe as Chelsea boss - even if they are thrashed by Napoli. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson believes he has a job for life at Manchester United.

THE SUN: Andre Villas-Boas has called on Chelsea to give him their public backing. Also: Alex Ferguson says he blundered in failing to sign Joe Hart for just £100,000...Arsene Wenger has £50million sitting in his transfer kitty. And Gunners fans who have done the maths want to know why he has not spent it.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Manchester United's players have sought assurances about how long Sir Alex Ferguson intends to continue at Old Trafford before committing their future to the club, the United manager has revealed. Also: Arsenal are hopeful of finally opening contract talks with Robin van Persie and his representatives over the next month.

THE INDEPENDENT: Andre Villas-Boas yesterday launched a defiant defence of his position as Chelsea manager on the eve of tonight's Champions League tie with Napoli but hinted that he would like someone in the club's hierarchy to come out to say so publicly. Also: Liverpool have been told by a group of local and national black leaders that they should issue an unreserved apology to Manchester United's Patrice Evra, having contributed to the "incitement of racism in football and the wider society" with their reluctant acceptance of Luis Suarez's punishment for using a racially derogatory term to Evra.

THE TIMES: Andre Villas-Boas wants a public vote of confidence from his employers. Also: Emmanuel Frimpong has defended Arsene Wenger from the critics who have called for him to be replaced as manager this summer, with the Arsenal manager set to go eight years without a trophy.

THE GUARDIAN: Dereck Chisora is so far taking the brunt of the fallout from his brawl with David Haye in the early hours of Sunday morning in Munich but there could be worse than public opprobrium to come for both fighters. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has lauded David Moyes' work at Everton and claimed Manchester United will need an experienced head to replace him when retirement comes in "another two or three years".
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THE SUN: Ashley Cole is heading for the Chelsea exit after openly clashing with boss Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Roberto Mancini meets Carlos Tevez today after accepting his apology...Football bosses have scrapped the national anthems for Sunday's Carling Cup final between Liverpool and Cardiff.

THE GUARDIAN: Andre Villas-Boas is still confident he will be allowed to oversee the second leg of Chelsea's Champions League knockout tie against Napoli next month, although the manner of Tuesday's chaotic defeat at Stadio San Paolo has spread alarm among the club's hierarchy. Also: Stuart Pearce is planning to name a young and experimental England squad for next week's friendly against Holland in a move that could have ramifications for several established players...Roberto Mancini has accepted Carlos Tevez's unreserved apology and will consider him for selection once the striker is back to fitness next month.

DAILY MAIL: Chelsea outcast Frank Lampard will resist Andre Villas-Boas' attempts to force him out of the club because of a £1.5million loyalty bonus in his contract. Also: Stuart Lancaster will face fierce competition for the England head coach job after all, as Sportsmail can confirm that Nick Mallett has formally applied for the post...David Cameron has given the FA two months to deliver a plan to combat racism in football.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: A host of senior England players have been told they will not be included in Stuart Pearce's squad for next week's friendly international at home to Holland which is announced today. Also: Roberto Mancini meets Carlos Tevez before training this morning safe in the knowledge that Manchester City's image, destiny and attacks are being shaped by another Argentine, Sergio Aguero.

DAILY EXPRESS: Andre Villas-Boas has decided he must kick out his dressing-room doubters if he is to stand any chance of succeeding as Chelsea manager and has already devised an Under-26 masterplan. Also: Roberto Mancini last night offered the olive branch to Carlos Tevez by saying: "You can help us win the Premier League."...Tony Pulis has refused to accept he has taken a huge gamble on Stoke's European future by taking only 15 players to Spain for tonight's game against Valencia.

THE INDEPENDENT: The caretaker England manager, Stuart Pearce, is expected to give a group of young players an opportunity to impress for the senior team when he names his squad this morning for the friendly against the Netherlands next Wednesday. Also: The Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has said that the fractious relationship between certain players and manager Andre Villas-Boas must be put aside for the good of the club if they are to rescue their season.

THE TIMES: Chelsea have approached Rafael Benitez to establish whether he would consider taking over as manager from the increasingly isolated Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Roberto Mancini has accepted the apology made by Carlos Tevez for his conduct this season and raised the prospect of the Argentina striker completing a remarkable return to the Manchester City team within he next "two or three weeks".

DAILY MIRROR: Carlo Ancelotti is ready to offer Frank Lampard a way out of his Chelsea nightmare under Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Roberto Mancini welcomed back Carlos Tevez, saying: Help us to glory.

DAILY STAR: Branislav Ivanovic has told Chelsea's rebel stars: Forget your gripes and put the club first. Also: Roberto Mancini has challenged Carlos Tevez to help Manchester City seal the Premier League title...Juventus will make a £30m summer move for Liverpool's controversial hitman Luis Suarez...Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could be the shock name in Stuart Pearce's England squad today.
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THE TIMES: Stuart Pearce has made his case to be the England manager during the European Championship finals this summer. Also: Manchester United's European status may have been downgraded this season but it does not appear to have made their life much easier.

THE SUN: Roman Abramovich demanded to know why Andre Villas-Boas axed Chelsea trio Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Michael Essien. Also: Alex Ferguson ensured an X-certificate Manchester United show - when he would rather have been at the cinema.

THE INDEPENDENT: Andre Villas-Boas was asked to provide an explanation of his unexpected team selection to Roman Abramovich in the wake of Chelsea's 3-1 Champions League defeat to Napoli on Tuesday night. Also: The England caretaker manager, Stuart Pearce, yesterday put himself in the frame to take the job for Euro 2012 this summer - although not beyond that - should the Football Association fail to appoint a new man in time.

DAILY MAIL: Stuart Pearce last night declared himself a candidate to lead England into into this summer's Euro 2012 tournament. Also: Stuart Lancaster yesterday backed up his bold selection of Owen Farrell at fly-half by claiming that the man likened to Jonny Wilkinson has all the credentials to be England's next iconic No 10.

DAILY STAR: Stuart Pearce last night insisted he is the man to help fire England to Euro 2012 glory. Also: Stoke were dumped out of the Europa League last night when Jonas' first-half goal gave Valencia a 1-0 win at the Mestalla and a 2-0 victory on aggregate.

DAILY MIRROR: Stuart Pearce claims he is the man to lead England to Euro 2012 glory. Also: Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini and Carlos Tevez apparently agreed to put their troubles behind them yesterday, but there was little sign of improved relations on the training pitch.

THE GUARDIAN: Stuart Pearce has put himself forward as a credible candidate to rival Harry Redknapp for the England job and raised the possibility that it would be a disadvantage to appoint someone without experience of major tournaments. Also: England's interim head coach Stuart Lancaster has backed Owen Farrell to rise to the occasion when he assumes the pivotal role of fly-half against Wales tomorrow.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: England interim coach Stuart Lancaster made the biggest call - and potential gamble - of his short tenure on Friday when he named 20-year-old Owen Farrell to start at fly-half at Twickenham on Saturday against an explosive Wales team tilting for a Triple Crown. Also: Stuart Pearce believes he can manage England at Euro 2012 "without a problem", although he does not feel he has the necessary experience to assume permanent responsibility for such a "very, very difficult job".

DAILY EXPRESS: Stuart Pearce has told the FA: 'I'm your man for the Euros', after naming his first England squad. Also: Javier Hernandez was quick out of the blocks to help steer Manchester United into the last 16 of the Europa League, but it was a tense finish at Old Trafford.
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THE OBSERVER: Wales remain on course for a third grand slam in seven years, but their captain, Sam Warburton, was relieved more than impressed after their 19-12 victory against England. Also: Stuart Pearce, the interim England coach, has spoken glowingly of Harry Redknapp's credentials as an elite manager, comparing him with Brian Clough, Bill Shankly and Sir Alex Ferguson in what will be perceived as public backing for the favourite to take over the national team.

THE PEOPLE: Steven Gerrard has dropped a Three Lions bombshell by revealing that injury fears could force him to quit England after Euro 2012. Also: Stuart Lancaster's new England hit the buffers as Wales claimed the Triple Crown at Twickenham.

THE SUN SUNDAY: Frank Lampard scored his 150th league goal to save Andre Villas-Boas' job - only for the Chelsea boss to warn him that he might be dumped on the bench next Saturday. Also: Tottenham have promised Harry Redknapp a new three-year contract to stop him becoming England manager - but it may already be too late.

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY: Andre Villas-Boas bought himself more time at Stamford Bridge as his team swept to a 3-0 win over Bolton yesterday. Also: Mario Balotelli was in the mood for love as he helped Manchester City go five points clear at the top in his first Barclays Premier League game since being banned for stamping on Tottenham's Scott Parker.

SUNDAY MIRROR: Harry Redknapp will raid Tottenham for his backroom staff when England come calling. Also: Ashley Cole is staying with Chelsea. Also: England's hopes of defending their Six Nations title were dashed when video ref Iain Rammage ruled a last-minute 'try' by David Strettle was "inconclusive".

SUNDAY EXPRESS: Stuart Pearce has revealed that he has already turned down the chance to succeed Fabio Capello as England manager. Also: Andre Villas-Boas is on the brink of being sacked as Chelsea boss after failing to quell a dressing room mutiny.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Stuart Pearce revealed last night that he told the FA 10 months ago that he wasn't ready to become manager of England. Also: Andre Villas-Boas finally had something to laugh about yesterday as Chelsea crushed Bolton 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.

THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: David Strettle last night insisted the officials had got it wrong after he was denied a potentially match-saving try that could have stopped Wales sealing their 20th Triple Crown and their first secured at Twickenham. Also: Andre Villas-Boas recalled the three players that he had left out of that defeat in Naples and Chelsea promptly ended a run of five games without a win to reclaim fourth spot in the Premier League.

THE SUNDAY TIMES: England came up agonisingly short as their Six Nations match against Wales at Twickenham ended in a controversial 19-12 defeat. Also: "I got a call this morning to pick all three of them," joked Andre Villas-Boas after Frank Lampard, Michael Essien and Ashley Cole returned to the starting line-up and normal service was resumed at Chelsea with this straightforward victory over Bolton Wanderers.

THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: The England wing Dave Strettle bemoaned the try that got away as Wales stayed on course for a third Grand Slam in eight years with a 19-12 win in the Six Nations' Championship at Twickenham. Also: A laboured win over a team in the bottom three is not exactly cause for an open-top parade but in their present predicament Chelsea and Andre Villas-Boas will take anything going.
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MONDAY FEBRUARY 27

THE SUN:

Wayne Rooney is out of England's friendly with Holland.

Fabio Capello insists he will return on the dugout - not the boardroom.

Alex McLeish may firm up his interest in Blackburn defender Scott Dann in the summer.

Barcelona are ready to fight Manchester City for Javi Martinez.

Arsenal skipper Robin van Persie has quashed fears over him signing a new contract.

Neil Warnock hopes to sign Bolton left-back Paul Robinson to bolster his late play-off bid.

DAILY MIRROR:

Manchester City's Spanish starlet Juan Roman is set to move to Crystal Palace on loan for the rest of the season.

West Brom's Keith Andrews is ready to sign a long-term deal at the Hawthorns.

DAILY MAIL:

Carlos Tevez will make his first comeback in earnest tomorrow when he makes his first competitive appearance for the club since his fal-out with Roberto Mancini five months ago.

Italy coach Cesar Prandelli has dropped Mario Balotelli for Wednesday's friendly against the United States.

DAILY EXPRESS:

Stuart Pearce experienced the first frustrations of being England manager after Wayne Rooney headed a trio of high-profile withdrawals for the friendly with Holland.

DAILY RECORD:

Ally McCoist thanked his players yesterday for putting a smile back on the face of the stricken football club - as they brace themselves for possible job losses this week.

THE GUARDIAN:

An emotional Kenny Dalglish described Liverpool's Carling Cup final victory as the start of a new era of success for the Anfield club after they overcame a late scare and dramatic penalty shootout against Cardiff City to collect their first trophy in six years.

Wayne Rooney and Tom Cleverley have joined Darren Bent in pulling out of Stuart Pearce's England squad for the friendly against Holland on Wednesday.

DAILY MIRROR:

Steven Gerrard lifted the Carling Cup aloft, and then admitted: "I don't know whether to laugh or cry."

Arsene Wenger revealed he nearly substituted two-goal Theo Walcott to protect him from Arsenal's angry fans.

DAILY MAIL:

Steven Gerrard lifted Liverpool's first trophy for six years after a dramatic Carling Cup penalty shootout at Wembley yesterday.

Martin Jol believes he has taken a significant step towards securing Fulham's Barclays Premier League future after signing former Real Madrid midfielder Mahamadou Diarra for the rest of the season.

THE TIMES: Kenny Dalglish celebrated Liverpool's dramatic penalty shoot-out win over Cardiff City in the Carling Cup final by declaring his hope that the club's first silverware for six years will be the platform for a new era of success.

DAILY STAR:

Steven Gerrard lifted Liverpool's first trophy in six years then declared: We want more!

Wayne Rooney has been ruled out of England's friendly against Holland to leave Stuart Pearce with a huge injury headache.
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THE GUARDIAN: Another Liverpool player was at the centre of a race row last night after a Spanish advert featuring the goalkeeper Pepe Reina was pulled after a complaint about its depiction of racial and sexual stereotypes. Also: In the end it was a night that will do little for Stuart Pearce's application for the England manager's job at Euro 2012.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: A mad end to another mad day in the England madhouse. England suffered a succession of injuries, notably to Steven Gerrard, Chris Smalling and Daniel Sturridge, yet fought back from 2-0 down until killed off by Arjen Robben at the death. Also: Tiger Woods responded witheringly last night when pressed on claims by Hank Haney, his former coach, that he had considered giving up golf to become a Navy SEAL.

THE INDEPENDENT: Trevor Brooking, one of the four Football Association officials who will pick the next England manager, last night said he believed "somebody could be parachuted in a few days before" the European Championships. Also: Manchester United's Dimitar Berbatov will this month have his contract extended until the end of next season, laying to rest any lingering doubts about the club's desire to keep a player who has slipped further out of contention.

DAILY MAIL: The clamour for Harry Redknapp to be appointed as England manager intensified last night as Holland grabbed a stunning late victory at Wembley. Also: The applause for Gary Speed was spontaneous and generous, World Cup final referee Howard Webb, waiting on the edge of the centre circle, did not even have to blow his whistle before clapping broke out on all four sides of the City of Cardiff Stadium.

THE TIMES: Stuart Pearce's hopes of leading his country at the European Championship finals suffered a setback when Holland snatched a late victory over England on a night of high drama at Wembley. Also: Manchester City are expected to offer David Silva a new contract in the summer as they attempt to secure the long-term future of the Spain playmaker...Lukas Podolski, the in-demand Germany forward identified as a transfer priority for Arsenal this summer, has already chosen his destination for next season, according to his manager, Stale Solbakken.

THE SUN: Jose Mourinho last night insisted he has not agreed any deal to return to the Premier League - yet. Also: Arsene Wenger has tipped Arsenal whizkid Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to be a knockout hit at Euro 2012...Gary Megson was last night sacked by Sheffield Wednesday - even though the club lie third in League One.

DAILY MIRROR: Jose Mourinho has ruled out an emotional return to Chelsea. Also: Dereck Chisora and David Haye have been warned they will not be allowed to box abroad if they are banned by British boxing chiefs...Stuart Lancaster last night took a major Six Nations gamble - just as a sickness bug hit his England rugby squad.

DAILY EXPRESS: Stuart Pearce was cruelly denied a dream first night as manager as England were beaten by an injury-time goal. Also: The Welsh could not win for Gary Speed last night but their tribute rang out loud and clear...Darren Fletcher has set his sights on next season as he battles a chronic bowel condition...Promoter Frank Warren has reignited his long-running feud with World Boxing Council president Jose Sulaiman over Dereck Chisora's "unprecedented" ban.

DAILY STAR: Nearly 22 years after it began, the Gary Speed era of Welsh football came to a fitting close in Cardiff City's stadium last night. Also: Aaron Ramsey will miss Arsenal's next two games with an ankle injury...Terry Connor last night told owner Steve Morgan he wants to be the Wolves boss permanently...Stuart Lancaster last night took a fitness gamble by releasing more than half his England stars back to their clubs.
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THE SUN: Mario Balotelli is facing the fury of Roberto Mancini after being pictured coming out of a strip club in the early hours of yesterday. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has vowed: I won't quit - even if Chelsea flop.

GUARDIAN: Andre Villas-Boas has risked further alienating the Chelsea hierarchy by publicly claiming his squad bears no comparison with that of the league leaders, Manchester City, in what will be perceived as a tacit criticism of previous managers and the overall strategy of Roman Abramovich. Also: The Football Association will wait until the final stages of the season before approaching Tottenham Hotspur about the availability of Harry Redknapp and is willing to continue without a permanent manager until the immediate build-up to Euro 2012.

DAILY MIRROR: Rio Ferdinand says Manchester United are ready to "blow teams away" and take charge of the title race. Also: Robbie Fowler is poised to join Blackpool's promotion push after training with the Championship side for a second day.

DAILY MAIL: Chelsea last night launched an investigation after a smoke grenade went off in the dressing rooms at the club's training ground. Also: Harry Redknapp's chances of becoming the next England manager increased significantly yesterday with an insistence from the Football Association that Sir Trevor Brooking is not opposed to the Tottenham boss.

DAILY STAR: Andre Villas-Boas went into meltdown yesterday as he launched an astonishing rant about Chelsea's sorry season. Also: Roberto Mancini has made Real Madrid star Gonzalo Higuain his No. 1 choice to replace Carlos Tevez at the Etihad Stadium.

DAILY EXPRESS: Martin O'Neill has reopened a festering 38-year-old wound by recalling the notorious pitch invasion by Newcastle fans which ruined his FA Cup final dream. Also: Andre Villas-Boas yesterday poured more gloom over his confidence-sapped squad by telling them they are not as good as Manchester City.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Andre Villas-Boas claims that Manchester City's squad is better than Chelsea's because of their superior wealth, that he will never resign as manager and that everything will be all right at the Bridge once the club have his "organigram" in place.

THE TIMES: Andre Villas-Boas risked antagonising his players and employers at Chelsea yesterday by complaining that his squad is not as good as Manchester City's and that he lacks the resources to compete with the Barclays Premier League leaders.

THE INDEPENDENT: The Chelsea manager, Andre Villas-Boas, has risked further testing the patience of the club's owner, Roman Abramovich, by claiming his squad always lacked the quality to compete with Manchester City this season.
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DAILY MIRROR: Roman Abramovich wants Pep Guardiola to become the next Chelsea boss after sacking Andre Villas-Boas. Also: "Lucky" Sir Alex Ferguson admitted he had stolen a win at White Hart Lane to turn the title race into a two-horse showdown...Alan Pardew and Martin O'Neill fought an angry war of words as the Tyne-Wear derby erupted into controversy.

THE SUN: Andre Villas-Boas was finally sacked by Chelsea yesterday after a disastrous eight months in charge at Stamford Bridge. Also: Old-timer Alex Ferguson admitted Manchester United got lucky at White Hart Lane after a Young man kept the title chase bubbling.

DAILY STAR: Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola will go head-to-head for the Chelsea job after Andre Villas-Boas was sacked yesterday. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson last night admitted Manchester United were lucky to leave White Hart Lane with three points...Jack Wilshere has been cleared to resume training - boosting his chances of being fit for England at Euro 2012.

DAILY MAIL: At 1.15pm yesterday, Roman Abramovich called together the dressing-room dissenters and blamed them directly for the dismissal of Andre Villas-Boas. Also: Danny Care was arrested yesterday for being drunk and disorderly - the third time in three months he has been arrested for an alcohol-related offence.

DAILY EXPRESS: Roman Abramovich yesterday ripped into Chelsea's players after sacking manager Andre Villas-Boas and warned them - you could be next. Also: Ashley Young's double in the 3-1 win against Tottenham turned the Premier League into a two-horse race and led Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson to say: "We are well up for it."...Rival north-east managers Martin O'Neill and Alan Pardew had to be separated in yesterday's fierce 1-1 derby draw.

THE TIMES: Harry Redknapp emerged yesterday as a shock contender to take over from Andre Villas-Boas at Chelsea, raising the intriguing prospect of a three-way fight involving the FA and Tottenham Hotspur over the North London club's manager. Also: The toast of Britain with two Olympic gold medals in Beijing four years ago, Rebecca Adlington set up the defence of her 400 metres freestyle crown at London 2012 with a barnstorming victory at the Aquatics Centre last night.

THE GUARDIAN: Chelsea will approach Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola about taking over at Stamford Bridge in the summer as the club begin their search for a long-term replacement for Andre Villas-Boas, who was sacked yesterday after 256 days in charge. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson identified Manchester United's title-winning experience as vital after the defeat of Tottenham Hotspur and pledged they would "not get nervous" at the point of the season that, courtesy of the Old Trafford manager, is known as squeaky-bum time.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Roman Abramovich yesterday personally sacked Andre Villas-Boas and placed the Portuguese's assistant, Roberto Di Matteo, in charge of Chelsea until the end of the season. Also: Only one man can rescue Chelsea. Only one manager can unite the squad and then refresh it. That man is Jose Mourinho.

INDEPENDENT: Roman Abramovich told Chelsea's playing squad what he expected of them in a private meeting at the club's training ground yesterday just minutes after he had personally sacked Andre Villas-Boas, who finally paid the price for the team's desperate run of form. Also: Napoli was meant to be the make-or-break match for Andre Villas-Boas. In the end, he didn't make it past West Bromwich.
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WEDNESDAY MARCH 7

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Arsene Wenger saw his Arsenal side go within a whisker of an historic Champions League comeback - and then allegedly fired an f-word assault at the ref.

Roberto Di Matteo dedicated Chelsea's FA Cup win at Birmingham to Andre Villas-Boas.

Arsene Wenger is lining up a second move for West Brom's Peter Odemwingie.

Blackburn are set to sign free agent Bolo Zenden.

Chelsea and Barcelona are tracking Standard Liege hotshot Micky Batshuayi.

Glenn Hoddle has told the FA he will keep the England manager's seat warm for Harry Redknapp.

Martin O'Neill has reopened his bitter war of words with Alan Pardew.

DAILY STAR

Stevenage's Tottenham-supporting keeper Chris Day will end a 36-year wait when he plays at White Hart Lane tonight.

Harry Redknapp has challenged Jermain Defoe to prove he can solve England's striker crisis.

Jonny Evans is confident Manchester United will pip City to the Premier League title.

DAILY MIRROR

TV pundit Roy Keane labelled Chelsea's players "a disgrace" before their FA Cup clash at Birmingham, adding: "They've let their manager down badly."

Robbie Fowler will explore his options after failing to agree a deal with Blackpool.

Nottingham Forest are looking for new owners after Nigel Doughty's family brought in a top firm to sell the club.

Crystal Palace want David Norris from Portsmouth.

Hatem Ben Arfa wants to be the new Eric Cantona.

DAILY EXPRESS

Glenn Hoddle has offered to keep the England hotseat warm for Harry Redknapp this summer.

Jermain Defoe may have slipped down the pecking order at Spurs, but Harry Redknapp believes the striker can solve England's attacking problems at Euro 2012.

DAILY MAIL

Pep Guardiola last night turned Chelsea's manager hunt into a joke, while Brendan Rodgers assessment on any prospect of him taking the job was withering: "I'm trying to build my career, not destroy it."

Tottenham are ready to offer Luka Modric a £3.5million loyalty bonus if he signs a new £100,000-a-week contract.

Juventus have agreed a four-year deal for Manchester United contract rebel Paul Pogba.

Robbie Fowler is considering his next move after failing to agree terms with Blackpool. Doncaster, Hull and Burnley are interested.

PSG's president has confirmed the club's interest in Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.

West Ham have joined the chase for Leicester defender Matt Mills.

DAILY RECORD

Rangers' administrators have blamed players' agents after 12 hours of talks failed to strike a deal on wage cuts that would have saved Ally McCoist's entire squad.

Kyle Bartley hailed Gregg Wylde as Rangers hero for tearing up his Ibrox deal in a bid to save other people's jobs.

Walter Smith has offered to help Ally McCoist any way he can - but admits he has never seen a situation like Rangers' current plight in his 30 years in the game.

Andy Barrowman says Dunfermline's players are happy to move on from last week's wages worry.
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THE SUN: Roberto Mancini admits Manchester City will be waiting to pounce if Robin van Persie leaves Arsenal this summer. Also: Michael Dawson is out for the season after suffering knee and ankle damage on an FA Cup fright night for Spurs.

DAILY MAIL: Roberto Mancini last night admitted he would be interested in signing Robin van Persie from Arsenal this summer. Also: Gary Speed's son Ed has been called up to the Wales Under-16 squad.

DAILY MIRROR: Roberto Mancini last night revealed he wants to sign Arsenal's goalscoring sensation Robin van Persie. Also: Two-goal Jermain Defoe shot Spurs into the FA Cup quarter-finals last night - but Michael Dawson is out of Euro 2012 with damaged ankle ligaments and a knee injury.

DAILY EXPRESS: Robin van Persie will be offered a Thierry Henry-style £5million loyalty bonus to commit his future to Arsenal. Also: England have been hit by a sudden wave of criticism and told they have little chance of beating France on Sunday.

DAILY STAR: Moneybags Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is waiting to pounce if Robin Van Persie quits Arsenal this summer. Also: Alan Shearer has warned Fernando Torres he is finished unless he quits Chelsea.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Roberto Mancini has admitted that Manchester City will enter the race to sign Robin van Persie if Arsenal fail to secure their captain to a new long-term contract this summer. Also: Wojciech Szczesny has provocatively claimed that Chelsea are run by a core of English players and contrasted Arsene Wenger's vast power at Arsenal with recent managers at Stamford Bridge.

THE TIMES: Roberto Mancini has said that Manchester City may attempt to take advantage of the uncertainty surrounding Robin van Persie's future by moving for the Arsenal striker this summer. Also: Arsene Wenger faces a third touchline ban in 12 months after being charged by UEFA for an incident in the aftermath of Arsenal's round-of-16 exit from the Champions League at the hands of AC Milan on Tuesday.

THE GUARDIAN: Rangers have been warned they are sliding towards liquidation after the bleakest prognosis of their future arrived both from the club's administrators and a current director yesterday. Also: London 2012 organisers have been accused by London Assembly members of running a "closed oligopoly" with a "chronic lack of transparency" after refusing to provide a breakdown of ticket sales.

THE INDEPENDENT: The English players at Chelsea run the club, according to Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny. Also: Juan Mata yesterday revealed that Fernando Torres turned down the chance to end his desperate quest for a Chelsea goal against Birmingham City on Tuesday night because he wasn't "first on the list" to take penalties.
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